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The Resource Moral evil and redemptive suffering : a history of theodicy in African-American religious thought, edited by Anthony B. Pinn

Moral evil and redemptive suffering : a history of theodicy in African-American religious thought, edited by Anthony B. Pinn

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Moral evil and redemptive suffering : a history of theodicy in African-American religious thought
Title
Moral evil and redemptive suffering
Title remainder
a history of theodicy in African-American religious thought
Statement of responsibility
edited by Anthony B. Pinn
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
Government publication
government publication of a state province territory dependency etc
Index
index present
LC call number
BT82.7
LC item number
.M67 2002
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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Pinn, Anthony B
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  • Black theology
  • Theodicy
  • Suffering
Label
Moral evil and redemptive suffering : a history of theodicy in African-American religious thought, edited by Anthony B. Pinn
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [359]-362) and index
Contents
  • An
  • address, delivered on the celebration of the abolition of slavery, in the state of New York, July 5, 1827
  • Nathaniel Paul
  • 4.
  • Our wretchedness in consequence of ignorance
  • David Walker
  • 5. An
  • address delivered at the African Masonic Hall
  • 6.
  • From A text book of the origin and history, & c, & c, of the Colored people
  • 1.
  • James William Charles Pennington
  • 7. The
  • call of providence to the descendants of Africa in America
  • Edward Wilmot Blyden
  • 8.
  • From Autobiography of a fugitive Negro
  • Samuel Ringgold Ward
  • 9.
  • On the anniversary of the Emancipation, 1866
  • Henry McTeal Turner
  • An
  • 10. The
  • destined superiority of the Negro, a Thanksgiving discourse
  • Alexander Crummell
  • 11. The
  • claims of the Gospel message
  • James Walker Hood
  • 12. The
  • divine plan of human redemption in its ethnological development
  • James Theodore Holly
  • 13. The
  • address to the Negroes in the state of New York
  • theology of woman in America
  • Anna Julia Cooper
  • 14. The
  • intellectual progress of the Colored women of the United States since the Emancipation Proclamation
  • Fannie Barrier Williams
  • 15.
  • From The
  • future of the American Negro
  • Booker Taliaferro Washington
  • 16.
  • Jupiter Hammon
  • From The finest of the wheat
  • Garfield Thomas Haywood
  • 17.
  • Fifty years of religious progress : an emancipation sermon, delivered on the occasion of the Emancipation Semi-Centennial, Philadelphia, September 14th, 1913
  • Levi Jenkins Coppin
  • 18. The
  • Chicago Christian Endeavor Convention, 1915
  • Alexander Walters
  • 19. The
  • future of the Negro in the United States
  • 2.
  • Reverdy Cassius Ransom
  • 20. An
  • alternative weapon
  • Pauli Murray
  • 21.
  • Suffering and faith
  • Martin Luther King Jr.
  • 22.
  • Suffering
  • Howard Thurman
  • Thanksgiving sermon, preached January 1, 1808, in St. Thomas's, or the African Episcopal Church, Philadelphia, on account of the abolition of the African slave trade, on that day, by the Congress of the United States
  • 23.
  • "Allah is judging today," from Message to the Black man in America, and "Certainty of the punishment," from Our saviour has arrived
  • Elijah Muhammad
  • 24.
  • Black hope
  • Joseph R. Washington Jr.
  • 25.
  • Coming in out of the wilderness
  • Albert B. Cleage Jr.
  • 26.
  • Absalom Jones
  • Suffering in the Black religious tradition
  • James Hal Cone
  • 27.
  • Our father, the King
  • John R. Bryant
  • 28.
  • Faith in God confronts collective evils
  • J. Deotis Roberts
  • 29.
  • "Wading through many sorrows" : toward a theology of suffering in womanist perspective
  • 3.
  • M. Shawn Copeland
  • 30.
  • From Let us make man : select men only and women only speeches
  • Louis Farrakhan
Control code
48958014
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
x, 374 p.
Isbn
9780813024547
Isbn Type
(alk. paper)
Lccn
2002016575
Label
Moral evil and redemptive suffering : a history of theodicy in African-American religious thought, edited by Anthony B. Pinn
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [359]-362) and index
Contents
  • An
  • address, delivered on the celebration of the abolition of slavery, in the state of New York, July 5, 1827
  • Nathaniel Paul
  • 4.
  • Our wretchedness in consequence of ignorance
  • David Walker
  • 5. An
  • address delivered at the African Masonic Hall
  • 6.
  • From A text book of the origin and history, & c, & c, of the Colored people
  • 1.
  • James William Charles Pennington
  • 7. The
  • call of providence to the descendants of Africa in America
  • Edward Wilmot Blyden
  • 8.
  • From Autobiography of a fugitive Negro
  • Samuel Ringgold Ward
  • 9.
  • On the anniversary of the Emancipation, 1866
  • Henry McTeal Turner
  • An
  • 10. The
  • destined superiority of the Negro, a Thanksgiving discourse
  • Alexander Crummell
  • 11. The
  • claims of the Gospel message
  • James Walker Hood
  • 12. The
  • divine plan of human redemption in its ethnological development
  • James Theodore Holly
  • 13. The
  • address to the Negroes in the state of New York
  • theology of woman in America
  • Anna Julia Cooper
  • 14. The
  • intellectual progress of the Colored women of the United States since the Emancipation Proclamation
  • Fannie Barrier Williams
  • 15.
  • From The
  • future of the American Negro
  • Booker Taliaferro Washington
  • 16.
  • Jupiter Hammon
  • From The finest of the wheat
  • Garfield Thomas Haywood
  • 17.
  • Fifty years of religious progress : an emancipation sermon, delivered on the occasion of the Emancipation Semi-Centennial, Philadelphia, September 14th, 1913
  • Levi Jenkins Coppin
  • 18. The
  • Chicago Christian Endeavor Convention, 1915
  • Alexander Walters
  • 19. The
  • future of the Negro in the United States
  • 2.
  • Reverdy Cassius Ransom
  • 20. An
  • alternative weapon
  • Pauli Murray
  • 21.
  • Suffering and faith
  • Martin Luther King Jr.
  • 22.
  • Suffering
  • Howard Thurman
  • Thanksgiving sermon, preached January 1, 1808, in St. Thomas's, or the African Episcopal Church, Philadelphia, on account of the abolition of the African slave trade, on that day, by the Congress of the United States
  • 23.
  • "Allah is judging today," from Message to the Black man in America, and "Certainty of the punishment," from Our saviour has arrived
  • Elijah Muhammad
  • 24.
  • Black hope
  • Joseph R. Washington Jr.
  • 25.
  • Coming in out of the wilderness
  • Albert B. Cleage Jr.
  • 26.
  • Absalom Jones
  • Suffering in the Black religious tradition
  • James Hal Cone
  • 27.
  • Our father, the King
  • John R. Bryant
  • 28.
  • Faith in God confronts collective evils
  • J. Deotis Roberts
  • 29.
  • "Wading through many sorrows" : toward a theology of suffering in womanist perspective
  • 3.
  • M. Shawn Copeland
  • 30.
  • From Let us make man : select men only and women only speeches
  • Louis Farrakhan
Control code
48958014
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
x, 374 p.
Isbn
9780813024547
Isbn Type
(alk. paper)
Lccn
2002016575

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